sculptural installation and performance at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
Five domes (constructed from clear cups and cable ties) inhabited a corner of the gallery at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Each dome sat upon a mirrored mylar footprint. In the viewer's periphery, mylar reflections created the illusion of spheres that dipped below the floor.
From a perch in the largest dome I stood crocheting fishing line for the duration of the opening reception.